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The power cord plug-in on the actual monitor is loose making it impossible to keep the monitor active. I was able to get it to work once in a while by moving the plug going into the monitor back and forth. It won't do it for me anymore. How can I fix this?

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Hi Good day!! try to change the power cord.

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